Right chest pain

Chief Complaint A 72 y/o male presents with right sided chest pain. Which started at midnight and remained to continue till morning. The intensity was mild. History He has h/o high cholesterol and htn and was on medication. He works in a plastic factory. He was a regular smoker for 10 years untill the age of 50 and then left smoking. Examination Patient was well looking and lean. Lung examination clear to auscultation. Abdominal and cadiac examination also normal. Investigations Chest x-ray shows some abnormality. CT scan shows 1.4 cm*2.5 cm nodule in the right lower lobe. Treatment What is the most probable diagnosis and how should we proceed?

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